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As the famed Ise Shrine undergoes a complete renewal of all its wooden structures every twenty years, villagers collect donations to build a huge wooden cart and transport huge tree trunks which will be used to re-build the Shrine. In the Okihiki, these tree trunks are pulled out of the river loaded onto a huge wooden cart and pulled by the villagers to a pond of the Ise Shrine where the wood is seasoned for a few years before being used for the rebuilding of the Shrine.

Sudhakaran

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Pernacca Sudhakaran
Sudhakaran Tamaki cho, Watarai Gun, Mie, JAPAN

I worked at the United Nations in New York, besides photo coverage at Headquarters I have covered many photo assignments in Iraq, Cambodia, Mozambique, Qatar and the photos can be seen at my website at : www.sudhakaran.net

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